This Tuesday, April 7, the Koshland Science museum in DC is hosting a book talk:

Join NASA scientist Gavin Schmidt and accomplished photographer Joshua Wolfe as they demonstrate how photographs can illustrate the effects of global warming more poignantly than any temperature graph or chart. The two will show photos and satellite images of retreating glaciers, sinking villages in Alaska’s tundra, and drying lakes from their new book, Climate Change: Picturing the Science. They will also discuss how scientists gather climate data and come up with cutting-edge research findings.

RSVPs are recommended (the Koshland Museum is a very small venue). More info here.


  1. #1 Keri
    May 2, 2009

    Thanks for posting about this — I hadn’t heard about this book, but it is one I will order.

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